Watch 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, is it Better than Camry and Accord? YouTube Video

This Review video “2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, but is it Better than Camry and Accord?” features Nissan Altima Sedan Automobile, it is 2023 model & L34 – 2019, Sixth Generation. This video is about POV Driving, Test Driving Nissan Altima on Road & Overview of its Features, Engine, Interior and Exterior.

Specifications of Nissan Altima 2023 Featured in this Video

Nissan Altima is Popular Sedan, manufactured by Japanese Automaker Nissan Motor Corporation. This Sedan was first launched globally in 1992.
Altima is Mid-Size Sedan (D-segment) Vehicle, it is powered by Gasoline 2.0 L 4-Cylinder and 2.5 L 4-Cylinder Engine with Optional Turbo (for SR VC-Turbo Variant). This Engine produces 182 Horsepower and 241 Nm Torque, it can reach 0 to 60 mph (0-100 Kmh) in 7.4 to 6.4 seconds with top speed of 192 km/h (119 mph) to 229 km/h (142 mph). Altima has Xtronic CVT – Continuously Variable Transmission with 2WD – Front Wheel Drive & AWD – All Wheel Drive. Altima has 4 Doors and seating capacity of 5 People. it is available in “S, SV, SR, SR VC-Turbo, SL” variants

Note: These are generalized specifications, for more details about Nissan Altima, please visit official website of Nissan Motor Corporation

Some Details about 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, but is it Better than Camry and Accord? YouTube Video

This Review video “2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, but is it Better than Camry and Accord?” is by “Drew Hardesty & Mason Hardesty” from the YouTube Channel Car Confections”. This Video is 24 Minutes and 47 Seconds long, it was published on Oct 1, 2022. This Video was recorded at Gates Nissan, Richmond, Kentucky, United States.

Brief Narrative Summary of 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, but is it Better than Camry and Accord? YouTube Video

Nissan is phasing out the Maxima, but continues to refine the Altima, particularly with a significant mid-cycle refresh for 2023. The changes aim to keep it competitive with rivals like the Camry, Accord, and Sonata.

The exterior design of the 2023 Altima has been noticeably revamped from the previous year, with a more aggressive look. The front design includes a new, larger evolution of their signature V-motion grille that extends down to the lower part of the front end. The squared-off design carries over to the headlights, which now come with full LED lighting across all trim levels. The front also sports an updated Nissan logo and SR branding for the SR trim level. However, no LED fog lights are included in any of the trim levels.

Other changes to the exterior include new wheel options, starting with a 16-inch steel wheel, moving to 17 inches with the SV, and everything from the SR trim level upwards coming with 19-inch alloys. Additionally, the Altima is available in a new paint color, Gray Sky Pearl. Other updates include standard blind spot monitoring for all models and mirror heating on the SL trim level and above.

The rear design modifications are less significant, featuring a new Nissan logo and Altima branding, with an optional deck lid spoiler. The taillights remain unchanged from previous versions, lacking LED elements. The lower area sports a new diffuser with dual exposed exhaust outlets.

Safety-wise, the Altima comes standard with three safety systems: forward emergency braking and pedestrian detection, auto braking, and auto high-beam headlamps. Full-speed adaptive cruise and lane keeping assist are standard on SL trims and above and optional on the SV trim. Nissan’s standard warranty covers the vehicle for 3 years or 36,000 miles, and includes a 5-year or 60,000-mile powertrain warranty.

The cabin has also been updated, with Nissan’s intelligent entry system and standard remote start across all trim levels. Interior color and material choices range from standard cloth seating in the S and SV trims, to cloth and leatherette in the SR trim, to full leather in the premium package and SL trims and above.

Other interior features include an eight-way power adjusting seat with two-way lumbar support, Nissan’s zero gravity seats for comfort, and a selection of faux carbon fiber or faux wood trims depending on the trim level. The cabin materials are a mix of soft-touch plastics, leatherette trimming, and double stitching detail.

The Altima’s startup procedure involves foot on the brake and pressing the standard dash mount. It features a gauge cluster that resembles the previous model, a seven-inch multi-function display, and various safety system updates. The steering wheel features a flat-bottom design, leather wrapping, and color matching stitching with the rest of the cabin. The wheel is manual tilt and telescoping across the entire lineup, and can be heated on certain trim levels. The car also offers ample interior storage.

The shifter, similar to previous models, comes with power shifters on the steering wheel for simulated gear changes. The standard backup camera resolution is fair and has active trajectory. Higher trims come with Nissan’s around view monitoring system. Climate controls are manual, but higher trims get a dual-zone automatic system. The SR premium package includes two-stage heated seats. The car offers two audio systems: a standard six-speaker system, and a nine-speaker Bose premium sound system available in higher trims.

The most significant interior upgrade is the new 12.3-inch touch screen display, the largest in its segment. It features improved software, wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay, and built-in navigation. Rear leg room and headroom are adequate, but not as spacious as the competition. The rear area also includes a USB Type-C and Type-A port for charging, a fold-down central armrest, and a manual-dimming mirror. A power sunroof is standard on higher trim levels.

The Altima offers 15.4 cubic feet of cargo space and a 60/40 split for the rear seats. It also features a dampened trunk lid and an under-floor spare tire. The Altima is powered by a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine delivering 188 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque. An upgrade is available in the form of a variable compression 2-liter turbocharged engine, boosting power to 248 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. All models use a continuously variable transmission (CVT), and all-wheel drive is optional on certain trims.

The Altima also offers competitive fuel economy, with 32 MPG for the base model, 30 MPG for all-wheel-drive models, and 29 MPG for the turbocharged model. The ride quality is impressive even with 19-inch wheels, and sound insulation is good, resulting in a fairly quiet ride. Overall, the 2023 Nissan Altima continues its focus on family-oriented features and comfort, with a number of upgrades and options to improve its overall appeal.

YouTube Video Description of 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, but is it Better than Camry and Accord?

Here’s the REFRESHED 2023 Nissan Altima SR! For 2023, Nissan is giving the Altima a new front-end, new wheels and a class-leading infotainment display! So with updated technology, new styling and the same Altima value, is this the mid-size sedan for you?? Or should you get a Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, or Hyundai Sonata instead?? Go ahead: CLICK to find out 🙂

Timestamps:

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 0:50 Detailed Exterior Walkaround
  • 5:27 Interior Design & Technology
  • 14:18 Rear Seats & Cargo
  • 17:17 Test Drive & Impressions
  • 23:36 Pricing
Watch 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, is it Better than Camry and Accord? YouTube Video
Watch 2023 Nissan Altima REFRESHED, is it Better than Camry and Accord? YouTube Video

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